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Trends and Outcomes of the Innovative Physical Learning Spaces: An International Comparative Approach

@article{Augeri2017TrendsAO,
  title={Trends and Outcomes of the Innovative Physical Learning Spaces: An International Comparative Approach},
  author={John Augeri and Shoji Kajita},
  journal={Tce},
  year={2017},
  volume={2017},
  pages={263-270}
}
This paper focuses on the first observations on trends regarding the innovative physical Learning Spaces in EU, North America, Oceania and Asia, and intend to compare the Japanese situation to the other territories. The Learning Spaces phenomenon represents a key transformation factor in Higher Education around the world, on the institution’s IT and on the teaching and learning practices. Nevertheless, beside obvious similarities, interesting differences – some of them culturally related – are… Expand

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